This should be one for the ages. Legendary quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady square off again in a game that has major playoff implications. The New England Patriots are still fighting for that No. 1 seed and home field throughout the playoffs.
If they win at home, they stay in the hunt for that No. 1 spot. However, if the Denver Broncos, win they pretty much seal up the No. 1 seed and the AFC goes through Denver — barring a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs the following week. Certainly a major plot in a game full of them.
Another talking point? This could be the last time we see these two square off in a regular season game. Both quarterbacks are getting up there in age, and we certainly should cherish this matchup because of it.
Brady used to always get the best of Manning, but lately, that trend has turned a corner and Manning has won his fair share of games against the great Brady. Regardless, in Foxborough this will be a huge test for Manning and the Broncos.
Regardless, the Patriots won’t be in the best of moods after getting robbed by a referee’s call on Monday night. This sets up as a clash for the ages. Two of the very best to ever do it in perhaps their last regular season clash.
This will be a treat for all fans of football, even the most casual. So tune in Sunday night to see two of the best ever in the business go at it. You won’t be disappointed.